Oct 27, 2015
When the City of Arnold, MO had to remove an 1890 farmhouse to
build a new municipal facility, they called the intrepid non-profit
Refab to safely, responsibly take the old home apart
and make its fine vintage materials available to appreciative
new users, through resale.
Eric Schwarz - a young guy with good tools,...
Oct 19, 2015
With a river basin flowing through 31 states, the Mississippi drains Earth's fourth largest watershed, some say it's #3! A recent study of its revenue-generating power reported $405 billion bucks a year, supporting 1.3 million human jobs. It also supports phenomenal fish, plant and animal life - and millions of living...
Oct 13, 2015
Sorry about you, little pale bulbs in the grocery store package! Slow Food St. Louis aims to get a bunch of the SIX HUNDRED varieties of heirloom garlic growing and thriving and feeding us here by "Crop-Sourcing" Project Garlic.
Brian DeSmet, Slow Food St. Louis board member and GardenWorks Manager for Schlafly...
Oct 6, 2015
Water is our most valuable resource, essential to everything we do in life, for every living thing. Yet the systems - the infrastructure that delivers and cleans our water, and the natural systems that provide it - are invisible to most of us. Water is life - water is FUN! Let's turn on some water-savvy stewardship and...